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Sep 25, 2012 5:30pm PDT
at the table. dan harris, abc news, new york. >>> now i want to bring in michael wilbon from our espn co-hosts of "pardon the interruption". michael, let me get you to say what you think. all you said so cards this is fraud, bogus and incompetent. what is the one word you want to use? pronounce the one word for this. >> one word. shameful. i don't know they can be embarrassed. somebody might tell the people they're not actually wearing clothes. they don't seem to care. the ratings are going up. the popularity of the league is not threatened. so i'm not sure they care as much as the people that were going crazy monday night. >> but the players' association says even further that it's endangering the players. >> there are issue of safety involved as well as competitive issues. if you got those two thing, you would really look to have a league which is not thinking about the integrity of its game the way it says it does. >> where does this end? how much longer will this go on? >> i don't see it being a tipping point. i hope i'm being too cynical and this will wind up resolving itself. relat
Sep 26, 2012 2:35am EDT
're not qualified to handle the pace and the speed of an nfl game. >> reporter: espn's michael wilbon sees the lockout lasting weeks not days. >> ratings keep going up. popularity of the league know it threatened. not sure they care as much as people going crazy monday night. >> reporter: on the campaign trail, rare bipartisan agreementment about the on going dispute. president obama said the controversial call was quote terrible and the regular refs need to get back on the feed. in an interview with cnn mitt romney agreed. >> i would see experienced referees, with nfl experience come back on nfl playing field. >> reporter: the nfl upheld the victory and said the game winning touchdown should not have been overturned. the anger is growing and so is the pressure on the nfl to end this labor dispute. rob, paula. back to you. >> thank you, karen. had a chance to watch the game, sat there stunned on the couch, are you kidding me. i'm shocked it stood up to the review. what's that about? >> yeah. don't think there is any good explanation. interesting how much money changed hand here, anywhere f
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